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A futuristic sci-fi novel which takes you on an emotional train journey

The Dexan Queen of Speed is a story of a six-year-old, motherless boy. In his quest to find a mother, he comes across a train in which he travels every day and starts to find that the train is displaying motherly qualities.

The Dexan Queen responds to the emotional challenges posed, fitting well into all the maternal roles, and demonstrates the instincts which were part of her design.

But there is also evil in the world. Will the Dexan Queen prevail to serve the civilisations, as she did before?

About the Author

Dr Fy is the pen name of the author who is a medical doctor by profession. He works as a senior medical consultant in the field of internal medicine for the National Health Service in the UK. 

From his experiences of day-to-day human emotions, life-and-death situations, human suffering and the interaction of instincts with the outside world, he decided to internalise all that in this novel.

Dr Fy lives in north Wales, and is attached to many Universities as a visiting faculty member.

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Review of the book:

“I get very excited when I find a new author I haven’t read before, and this has definitely got 5 stars from me. I do like a good sci-fi novel on a rainy stormy day.

This story is based many years in the more advanced future, which has set a brilliant background and great imagination from the author. You can tell from reading the pages that a lot of thought, research and imagination has gone into this book, everything is brilliantly described to help the reader’s imagination grow along with each turn of the page.

I personally like the closeness of Go2 and Tilfo friendship even and with the communication difficulty, Tilfo knows his friend is going through some tough emotions. There is a deep sense of longing, confusion and raw loneliness from Go2.

The Robocratic is very interesting and knowledgeable, and is a complete main character that leads the whole book.

A quote from the author that I had not heard before but has stuck with me since reading the words is, ‘the Earth can provide for everyone’s need but cannot provide for everyone’s greed’.”

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A computer hacker and a Wall Street stock broker join forces to rip off all the world’s banks. They manage to steal between 1500 – 1600 trillion dollars (at that exalted level, the figures keep dancing around) effectively bankrupting the planet.

Then, the aliens who are really running our world, abduct them to make demands and offer them a deal.

Excerpt from the book:

“Hamad and Jonas were untied and each given a shovel. Two, especially evil looking men, one proudly waving a black handgun, loitered belligerently nearby.

“Dig!” they were commanded.

Unsure of what they were digging for, they began to massage the sand with the shovels.

“Dig faster!” they were commanded.

“If you don’t hurry up, you’ll be lying in the ground next to them.”

They dug with renewed vigour and had soon both excavated a hole, roughly a metre deep in the sand.

“Make them longer!”

By now they were dripping with sweat as they continued to shovel sand.

“That’s enough! Stop digging!” they were commanded.

They stood back and watched in horror as two of the bodies were dumped into the holes they’d dug.

“Now, cover them!”

They complied. Jonas tried not to look at the body he was burying but couldn’t help noticing deep gashes where the internal organs had been removed. Unable to control himself he vomited into the shallow grave.

This caused his captors to laugh heartily.

After they’d both dug and filled a second grave they were reattached to the disinterested camel and led back the way they’d come.


While he’d been digging the second grave, Hamad had unearthed an unusually shaped stone. Unnoticed by his bored captors, he’d managed to manoeuvre it within reach and sequestered it into a fold within his sweat drenched pants.

The stone had a sharp edge and as they were led back through the desert, he used it to cut through the rope securing them to the ambling dromedary ahead. Their cursing, blaspheming captors were distracted arguing with each other and didn’t waste their attention on their young prisoners.

As soon as the rope was severed, the two boys quietly disappeared behind an enormous sand dune.”

About the Author

Ian Purdie was born at Te Kopuru, New Zealand in 1957. He graduated from Otago University in 1978 and spent the next 40 years travelling the world, playing music. He rose to national prominence in Australia in 1995 with an anti-nuclear song called ‘French Letter’. He is currently teaching English in HCMC, Vietnam.

Other books by Ian Purdie include:

The Imnothero Principle  (ISBN: 978-0648293323)

Splatterpuss  (ASIN: B07CZ1VKGQ)

The Book of Nasty (ISBN: 978-0648293361)

Pyramid Asia (ISBN: 978-0992548728)

Dragon This (ISBN: 978-1326641207)

iCrime Uber by Ian Purdie is available in paperback from Amazon UK at:

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DI Turnbull is involved in a gripping new murder mystery

Amid the gristly serial killings of a deranged psychopath, a father stands accused of filicide – the murder of his own daughter… His alleged crime is strikingly similar to the ones causing terror in the Bradford community by the predator known as The Ripper.

The lead investigator of the Bradford Murder Squad, DI Turnbull, is back – his task to distinguish fact from fiction and untangle evidence that points in alarming directions. Did this man murder his own daughter? And if he did, is he indeed Ripper2?

Taut, stark and outright mysterious, James Stewart’s newest novel will keep his readers guessing well beyond the last page…

About the Author

In an almost unprecedented career move, a Senior Yorkshire Judge has turned himself into a prolific novelist. James Stewart, the well-known former Recorder of Bradford, has this month published his fourth novel in just a year. James, who as a QC worked out of the top Leeds Chambers at Park Court, was involved in many high profile criminal cases all over the UK and in the South Pacific. Then, as a judge, he presided over some of the notorious murder cases that came before the Bradford and Leeds Courts. The experience of these cases lies behind all his novels. The first, The Honour Killing, came out in late 2017 (under the pseudonym J S Hamilton), to be followed by Missing, about a vanished au pair girl, and then Slaughter, followed by Ripper2 (all written under the name James Stewart).

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“What do you think?” Turnbull asked Jasper.

“Well, sir, Ted Kitchen had the opportunity in the house to kill Barbara. His wife had gone to work and his son had gone to school. There is blood in the cellar to corroborate the place of the killing. He, on the face of it, is the only one with an opportunity. She was never seen making her way to school by our two witnesses, one on Park Drive, one on Emm Lane. Kitchen’s route to Silsden took him past the river at Ben Rhydding. I doubt he dumped the body in daylight. He would have waited until his return from work in the dark. That explains his late arrival at home. The blood spot in the boot shows he took the body in the book of his car. He came home mid-morning to wash his clothes. There is no trace in the washing machine of blood, but he could have run it several times to ensure that. He therefore had the opportunity and the means with the hammer, which has been washed. Who washes a hammer? He had the motive. He’s having an affair which his daughter, the victim, intended to have out with him, according to her friend at school and her boyfriend. Although, it adds up to a reasonably strong case,” said Jasper.

“Now,” said Turnbull, “we have to consider the other two murders. Could he be responsible for them also? It’s a big coincidence; three schoolgirls of the same age killed in an almost identical manner with the same number of blows with possibly the same hammer in the Bradford area. What should be our next step?”

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Five years on, having just emerged from forced confinement, former Chair of the Deltic Observers and Steady Enthusiasts (DOSE), “Diesel Dan” Settles, must now confront his apparent lack of direction and absence of plan for the rest of his life. There was no going back to what was; the breakers’ yards had seen to that.

Join him as he struggles to regain his own sense of dignity and purpose. Will another opportunity to pursue his interest appear, or will he simply have to contend with the reality of life without it?

Excerpt from the book:

“Timothy was late coming in that morning. He had patiently tracked the TDA individually, then collectively, that week, and the evening of the last meeting had followed Shorrts to the hut and waited patiently till they had all departed that following morning. Slinking into the vacant lot, pushing open the flimsy door, and locating a box of matches inside, he tossed the pegged stools outside and set the place on fire, the two-sizes-too-small plastic jacket, the fish and chip papers among the first to burn. “That’s getting them, hey,” he said gleefully as the TDA official hut was consumed in a red, orange and yellow glow. He spared the coal box which had been placed to the left of the structure. Laughing as he left the scene, he remarked out loud to no one in particular, “One shouldn’t leave matchboxes lying about,” followed by, “mind the gap.” A minute later, and the galvanised zinc and wall ‘roof’ fell in, completing the hut’s miserable end.

The fire was never reported by the indifferent denizens who lived nearby. The pegged stools vanished the same morning of the conflagration. A curiously chubby odd man with a black wagon was subsequently seen with his latest treasures, moving slowly down a congested street, seemingly oblivious to the constant vitriol, blare of horns and epithets that were directed at him and his conveyance. Several days later, the coal stove – sole survivor otherwise, and still intact – disappeared to an unknown venue, where it serves its purpose well – to this very day.”

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